Severe beauty of the North
Teriberka village is among the twenty most popular travel directions in the world according to National Geographic Traveler version. Indeed, it’s worth it! This severe beauty of the northern nature and peculiar way of life of local inhabitants make an inexpressible impression that you are on the Edge of the World, and it is literally true! Since recent time this old fishing village is widely known. It became the place of shooting “Leviathan” movie by Andrey Zvyagintsev. Teriberka was chosen as a backstage for his dramatic narration for a reason. Here, on the intricately rugged sea coast, you can physically feel the breezing of the Arctic. It is the only place in Russia where it is possible to reach the shore of the Arctic Ocean by car. And further, up to the pole, there is nothing else except water and ice.
The water in the Barents Sea is not similar to the water of southern seas, it has a different color, different taste, density and mood. There are peculiar sea dwellers, most of them are very tasty. This place is the northern Mecca of kiters and divers. The hills are studded with mushrooms and berries till late autumn. Even in August the nights are white here - the sum sets not for a long time, there is no full dark even after midnight. The spirit of the gone epoch reigns on the backdrop of enticing northern scenery. The echoes of this epoch are found everywhere - in the windows of abandoned meteostations and houses, in artillery units and half-destroyed wooden ships.